Rebecca Radicchi| ibelieve
Follow your heart, they say. Trust your gut.
It is common, well-meant advice, but not the kind I need to follow. I don’t know about you, but as for me, I am a fleshly, in-process human whose heart and mind don’t always think and feel the right things. Wrapping truth around my thinking doesn’t always come naturally. I must intentionally work at.
Sometimes we need to talk to ourselves rather than listen to ourselves. For most of us, our thinking and feeling must be led.
As parents, our thinking can get us into trouble. Lies can creep in and deceptively mirror good truths. These lies can thwart all our efforts to parent well. They can intimidate us and paralyze us with fear. Those lies are worth confronting. After all, parenting is our most important job, our ultimate role.
If we aren’t intentional, these 10 sneaky lies can creep in and impact how we parent. Continue reading here